The big news in the presidential pardons world is that President Obama has finally granted nine pardons. Pardon Power blog reports:
682 days into his presidency, Barack Obama has finally discovered the clemency power by granting 9 pardons.
One of the nine is a military case from 1994 in which the accused was sentenced to 24 months confinement.
Can’t find Edgar Leopold Kranz on LEXIS, anyone know?
NPR reports (so apparently an Air Force case):
Offense: Wrongful use of cocaine, adultery and writing three insufficient fund checks; Articles 112a and 134, Uniform Code of Military Justice.
Sentence: Sept. 14, 1994, as approved Nov. 4, 1994; General court-martial convened at Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii; bad conduct discharge (suspended), 24 months of confinement and reduction to pay grade E-1.